Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture Peace Site Award

The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture is a humanist religious organization dedicated to improving the ethical
quality of relationships in personal lives and in the world. It was declared an International Peace Site in 1983. Each year since, the Society has presented the Peace Site Award to an exemplary individual or group whose actions and ideals promote the cause of peace. Each year the Society’s Ethical Action Committee recommends a person or group to the Board to be honored with the Peace Site Award.  The Award recipient is honored at a special Sunday Platform as the featured speaker.  The work of these partners for peace informs and inspires members of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture to continue its community efforts for peace and justice. In May, 2002, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows was the recipient of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture Peace Site Award.

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